Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity

 

Catholic Millennial Women – You Are Invited! To a special Discernment retreat “Make Your Home in Me”. Whether you’re a college student or young professional discerning a calling, a career, a vocation, we invite you to join others in learning more about living a Franciscan Charism as a Consecrated Woman.

 

August 18-20 (Make Your Home in Me)

October 13-15 (Seeing as St. Francis Did)

 

Holy Family Convent in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Visit https://fscc-calledtobe.org or call or text Sr. Julie Ann at 920-323-9632.

Click here for registration.

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Vocation Blog

A blog about vocations to the consecrated life.
  • When I lived in Washington D.C. there was a group of nuns that accomplished everything. They were the hardest working people in the city. I once asked them how do they find the time to accomplish all of their work and still find time for other things. Their simple answer was prayer. Taking the time … Continue reading Models for Living: Prayer and Work →

  • Saint Paul in his epistle to the Hebrews writes that the Christian virtue of “Hope” is set before us as “an anchor of the soul, sure and firm.” (cf. Heb 6:19) The anchor of a ship is that substantial piece of equipment that when thrown down, grabs hold of the solid sea bed below.  The … Continue reading “The one who has Hope lives differently” says Pope Benedict XVI →

  • Parishes That our parishes, animated by a missionary spirit, may be places where faith is communicated and charity is seen. For more information, visit the Apostleship of Prayer.